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Find Charming Venues Perfect for Micro Weddings in the Adirondacks

You’ll find different definitions of what a “micro wedding” entails, but generally the guest list falls somewhere in between 15 and 50 attendees. It’s larger than what an elopement ceremony would entail, but significantly reduced in size from what would be considered a traditional wedding. If you’re thinking about jumping onto the micro wedding bandwagon

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5 Types of Adirondack Weddings (With Venue Suggestions!)

You know you want an Adirondack wedding, but what does that mean? Get venue ideas below conducive to everything from a rustic wedding to a boat wedding to a glamorous and grand celebration. You’ll be well on your way to having the special Adirondack celebration you’ve been envisioning! Keep It ADK Classic With a Rustic

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Discover How You Can Have the Perfect Mountain Wedding at Gore

If you love the idea of an Adirondack-style wedding but want to branch out from the traditional rustic venues we have the answer for you! Weddings at Gore Mountain combine Adirondack charm with mountain vistas for a unique and memorable celebration. Choose Between a Mountaintop or Lower Mountain Location With seemingly endless wedding venues to choose from,

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A pair of Adirondack chairs at Fern Lodge look out over a sunset on Friends Lake.

Plan the Perfect Adirondack Camp Wedding

Getting married in the Adirondacks means having a seemingly endless variety of choices for your venue. If you’re looking for the quintessential Adirondack wedding, however, look no further than the classic camp aesthetic. The tradition of the Great Camps dates back to the Gilded Age, when the elite chose the pristine wilderness for their summer homes.

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A bride looks out over Lake George from a balcony at The Sagamore.

8 Great Spots for Wedding Photo Backdrops in the Adirondacks

With the abundance of locations to get married in the Adirondacks comes an equally-daunting variety of places to shoot your wedding photos – docks overlooking pristine lakes, rocky mountaintops with stunning vistas, and everywhere in between. We asked four local photographers to share their favorite places to shoot wedding photos in the Adirondacks and they shared their

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Want To Have A Modern Adirondack Wedding? Find Out What’s New!

Are you thinking about getting married in the Adirondacks? Beautiful in any season, the region provides the perfect setting for your wedding. One of the oldest and largest protected wildlife parks in the country, the Adirondack Mountains are full of stunning backdrops for your ceremony – from majestic mountaintops to sparkling blue lakes – and rustic,

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Discover 5 Rustic & Quirky Wedding Venues in the Adirondacks

Weddings are becoming more and more personable – gone are the days when everyone got married in a church. Now, ceremonies take place everywhere from hotels to banquet halls to golf courses and beyond. Why compromise when you can have the wedding you’ve always imagined? If you’re looking to get married in the Adirondacks, you’re probably

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Bride Had Dream Venue Built and Now You Can Use It Too

Megan Boulé and her fiancé struggled with finding an affordable venue they loved for their special day. After spending a holiday at Megan’s family camp in Whitehall inspiration struck: they could have the venue of their dreams built right on their own property. It was Megan’s father who decided on the course of action. “He finally

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